Placed along Sodaro Promenade where it faces the Leatherby Libraries, the bust of the late Professor Don Will was formally dedicated Friday afternoon. The bust honors the establishment of the Donald and Leonora Will Chair in Peace Studies, endowed by Will’s brother, Allan Will. Speaking to a gathering of alumni, administrators, colleagues, family and friends,
The newest of Chapman University’s pride of panther statues, “Betty the Panther,” was formally dedicated on Wednesday, April 22 as part of the annual campus Spring Sizzle festival. The statue – depicting a panther leaping up to try to capture an eagle — is named in honor of the late philanthropist and longtime Chapman supporter
A diagonal crosswalk? Yes, it’s a thing. On Tuesday morning, April 28, public works crews will be working to bring the traffic signal at Palm and Glassell to full operation by afternoon. Currently it is flashing red and is still a four-way stop with regular pedestrian crossing. “On Tuesday, when it converts to a fully
Research papers by students from Chapman University’s Department of History have once again swept the top awards at the annual Phi Alpha Theta Southern California Regional Conference.
Randy A. Burba, Chapman University’s chief of public safety, has been selected to serve as president of the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA).
Chapman University’s College of Educational Studies is seeking student, faculty and staff volunteers interested in helping out with its Social for Adults with Autism and Caregivers on Sunday, April 26 from 1 to 5 p.m. A variety of volunteer opportunities are available, from greeting and guiding guests onto campus to helping serve refreshments. The social
Vernon L. Smith, Chapman University professor and winner of the 2002 Nobel Prize for economics, has been selected to receive the 2015 Julian L. Simon Memorial Award from the Competitive Enterprise Institute (CEI).
Grab the sun hats and save the date for Chapman University’s annual Spring Sizzle on Wednesday, April 22, in Attallah Piazza from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. This year’s sizzle will also feature an extra-special event — the official naming of the newest Panther statue overlooking the piazza. The sizzle theme is “Beach Boardwalk,” so
With Hillary Clinton’s long-awaited announcement of her 2016 presidential campaign now official, the analysts, poll watchers, commentators and media are sure to rev up the conversation about gender, women and politics. But a Clinton win in 2016, while historic, wouldn’t necessarily bust the so-called glass ceiling the former secretary of State, U.S. senator and first
Chapman University’s Center for American War Letters has been awarded a National Endowment for the Humanities grant to begin digitizing its expansive collection of correspondence written by military servicemen and women.